Anker 767 PowerHouse Power Station with 2,048 Wh capacity and GaN technology unveiled
The Anker 767 PowerHouse Power Station with GaN technology has been announced. The device, designed to be used in campervans or as a backup in a power outage, has a maximum power output of 2,400 W. According to the company, this makes it suitable for 99.9% of home appliances such as fridges, laptops and microwaves. With a 2,048 Wh capacity, the company states that the 767 is Anker’s largest portable power station. Plus, you can purchase an optional 760 Expansion Battery to double the capacity to 4,096 Wh.
There are twelve ports, and you can recharge the lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) battery in as little as two hours via a wall outlet. Alternatively, you can recharge the 767 via a 1,000 W solar input in around 2.5 hours using five 200 W Anker 531 solar panels. The gadget has a suitcase-style design, with wheels and an extendable handle to make the power station easier to transport. It is currently unclear how much the device weighs or how large it is.
The Anker 767 PowerHouse Power Station will be available to pre-order in the US and Germany on November 14th; further details of a UK launch are also expected to be released on the same date. The price of the gadget has not yet been announced. Customers who sign up with their email address to “be the first to know” on the Anker website will receive a US$400 (or £400 or €500) coupon for the power station and a free power bank worth US$49.99 (or £39.99 or €49.99).